Plastic Man: a soft yet powerful, a lockdown single from Royaltee

London based glam shock-rockers Royaltee give us a look behind the makeup, with their first journey away from hard rock anthems to an emotive power ballad.

All too easily can life slip into a monotonous state of grey walls and locked doors; one white washed room darkened by permanent shadow, hinting of streets outside where nothing runs but the wind. Plastic Man acts as a window into this room through which the sun delights in peeping, each refulgent beam slicing through months of dust like a blade, forcing one out from the valley of the sofa and into the warm rush of reality.

Be sure not to miss the music video. Besides the intimate look at who Royaltee are beyond the stage the band have thrown in a surprise reveal at the end…

From: London
For fans of: Guns’n’Roses, Foo Fighters, Skid Row
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